Anglo-Irish relations

The article by Dick Keane (13/11/05) in which he attacks the 1916 Rising, and in particular Padraig Pearse, is a sobering reminder of just how many generations it can take to breed out the colonising gene.

19th November, 2005

The article by Dick Keane (13/11/05) in which he attacks the 1916 Rising, and in particular Padraig Pearse, is a sobering reminder of just how many generations it can take to breed out the colonising gene.

These continual attempts to denigrate the heroic sacrifices of 1916 are evidence that the Rising may have failed insofar as it did not liberate us all from intellectual slavery.

The British Embassy is kept very busy these days distributing ‘gongs' to Irish...

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